Biography

Sharla Cheung Man, also known as Cheung Man (born February 7, 1967) is an actress working in the Hong Kong film industry.

Sharla Cheung was discovered by Wong Jing, with whom she worked on many of his productions in the early 1990s. Cheung gained popularity with the numerous films she's starred in alongside Stephen Chow, in which she was frequently cast as Chow's love interest. They partnered for more than 10 films from 1988 to 1994, including All for the Winner, God of Gamblers II, Fist of Fury 1991, Fight Back to School, Royal Tramp, and King of Beggars. Another frequent co-star is Andy Lau, who appeared alongside Cheung in such films as God of Gamblers, God of Gamblers II, and Lee Rock.

After an impressive body of work in the early 1990s (she starred in about 50 films between 1990 and 1995), Sharla Cheung moved into producing in 1995 with Dream Lover (starring Tony Leung Ka-fai and Wu Chien-lien). However, Cheung was unhappy with it and she remade the film as Romantic Dream (starring Cheung and Lau Ching-wan). Both versions opened in 1995. The films, however, were commercial failures, and Cheung then retired from the film industry to focus on various business interests.

Cheung made a comeback in acting in the early 2000s to star in several television series. She appeared in such TV series as My Celebrity Boyfriend in 2003 and Legend of the Book's Tower in 2005 alongside Nicky Wu. In 2006, she portrayed Diao Chan, one of the Four Beauties of ancient China, opposite Ray Lui, in the TV series Diao Chan.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Sharla Cheung, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.​

Sharla Cheung Man, also known as Cheung Man (born February 7, 1967) is an actress working in the Hong Kong film industry.

Sharla Cheung was discovered by Wong Jing, with whom she worked on many of his productions in the early 1990s. Cheung gained popularity with the numerous films she's starred in alongside Stephen Chow, in which she was frequently cast as Chow's love interest. They partnered for more than 10 films from 1988 to 1994, including All for the Winner, God of Gamblers II, Fist of Fury 1991, Fight Back to School, Royal Tramp, and King of Beggars. Another frequent co-star is Andy Lau, who appeared alongside Cheung in such films as God of Gamblers, God of Gamblers II, and Lee Rock.

After an impressive body of work in the early 1990s (she starred in about 50 films between 1990 and 1995), Sharla Cheung moved into producing in 1995 with Dream Lover (starring Tony Leung Ka-fai and Wu Chien-lien). However, Cheung was unhappy with it and she remade the film as Romantic Dream (starring Cheung and Lau Ching-wan). Both versions opened in 1995. The films, however, were commercial failures, and Cheung then retired from the film industry to focus on various business interests.

Cheung made a comeback in acting in the early 2000s to star in several television series. She appeared in such TV series as My Celebrity Boyfriend in 2003 and Legend of the Book's Tower in 2005 alongside Nicky Wu. In 2006, she portrayed Diao Chan, one of the Four Beauties of ancient China, opposite Ray Lui, in the TV series Diao Chan.

Description above from the Wikipedia article Sharla Cheung, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.​

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Female

Known Credits 60

Birthday 1967-02-07

Place of Birth Shanghai, China

Official Site -

Also Known As

  • 张敏
  • Sharla Cheung Man
  • Sharla Cheung
  • Cheung Man
  • 張敏
  • Zhāng Mǐn
  • Zhang Min
  • 장민

Acting TV ShowsMovies

2003 The Two Individual Package Women as Kristy Cheung
1995 Ten Brothers as Chan Wai-Leung
1995 Dragon Killer as Lam Miu
1995 Romantic Dream as Baak Wai/Mandy
1994 God of Gamblers' Return as Ko Chun's wife, Yau
1994 The Maidens of Heavenly Mountains as Ah-tsi
1994 Underground Judgement as Senny / Lisa
1994 Hail the Judge as Mrs Chi Siu Lin
1994 Crystal Fortune Run as Wind Yip
1993 The Kung Fu Cult Master as Yan So So / Chao Min
1993 The Sword Stained with Royal Blood as Ah Kau
1993 Chez n' Ham as Fanny
1993 The Sword of Many Lovers as Purple Yuen
1993 Vampire Family as Man Cheung
1993 The Buddhist Spell
1993 Holy Weapon as Spider
1993 Last Hero in China as Ti Yi-er
1993 Fight Back to School 3 as Ah Man (as Man Cheung)
1993 Flying Dagger as Big Bewitchment
1993 Legend Of The Liquid Sword as Jellyfish
1992 King of Beggars as Yushang / Ru Shuang
1992 Handsome Siblings as Eva
1992 Invincible
1992 Call Girl '92 as Carmen
1992 To Miss with Love as Ms Chang
1992 It's Now or Never as Rose
1992 Deadly Dream Woman as Huang Ying
1992 Royal Tramp as Empress Dowager / Long-er / Mother Queen
1992 Lee Rock III as Grace Pak
1992 Fight Back to School 2 as Miss Ho
1992 Rhythm of Destiny as Siu Hung
1992 Truant Heroes as Lam Moon Shang/Dreamy
1992 Fist of Fury 1991 II as Min / Yuen Chuen (as Man Cheung)
1992 Cheetah on Fire as Pegay
1991 Dances with Dragon as Moon
1991 The Fatal Game as Mrs Sharla Wu
1991 Lee Rock II as Grace / Hsiun
1991 Lee Rock as Grace
1991 God of Gamblers III Back to Shanghai as Yee Mong
1991 Fight Back to School as Miss Ho
1991 A Chinese Legend as Ching Er (fox goblin)
1991 Devil's Vendetta as Mandy
1991 Fist of Fury 1991 as Nandy Fok
1991 Tiger Cage 3 as Suki (as Man Cheung)
1991 Lover at Large as Lily Lam
1990 God of Gamblers II as Dream Lo
1990 Story of Kennedy Town as Li
1990 My Neighbours are Phantoms as Siu Sin
1990 Swordsman as Ren Ying Ying
1990 All for the Winner as Yee Mong
1989 The Romancing Star III as Auntie Man
1989 God of Gamblers as Janet
1989 Dream of Desire as Sally Cheung
1989 Operation Pink Squad II as Min
1989 Little Cop as Dark Skin
1988 Faithfully Yours as Ying
1988 Bet on Fire as Ming
1987 The Romancing Star as Ah Man
1986 Magic Crystal as Winnie Shen

Production

1995 Dream Lover Producer

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